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Hard Rock and Metal Releases – August 2011
Summer is beginning to give up her fight, to borrow a lyrical phrase from the decidedly un-metal Indigo Girls, but that doesn't stop her from pushing out a slate of worthwhile metal releases.
The first week of the year marks the return of Bury Your Dead with their former singer Mat Bruso for &ap…
Iceland Volcano Strands Metal Bands Across Europe
Lava-spewing volcanoes look pretty damn cool on album covers, but the past week has taught us that volcanoes and metal don't always mix so well. As anyone who doesn't live in a torch-lit cave knows by now, an Icelandic volcano erupted April 15, spreading clouds of ash across much of Europe…
Yob Stranded in Europe, Playing Shows to Bide Their Time
American doom legends Yob are currently stranded in the Netherlands and are making the best of a terrible situation by playing a handful of very special shows around Western Europe. The volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajokull in Iceland this past Wednesday has thrown Europe into chaos, as a plume of v…
Shadow of the Torturer Lead Portland to Its Doom
Doom titans Shadow of the Torturer's vocalist and axeman extraordinaire Mike Brown wasn't always an acolyte of the heavy. He mused to Noisecreep, "I was the first drummer in H.C. Minds, and I think I unknowingly played doom thinking it was industrial music...
Shadow of the Torturer Rely on Guerilla Tactics to Spread Doom
Seattle's heaviest export, Shadow of the Torturer, are no strangers to change. The current incarnation of the band is comprised of three hardy scene veterans who've all done time in other bands (Aldebaran, H.C. Minds, North American Bison, the Fartz), and its original lineup boasted curren…
Planet Caravan Festival Recap: Day Two
"Welcome to the black T-shirt festival," Aaron Deal, the drummer of Salome very fittingly laughed out to the crowd after the band's first song. Throw in wizard beards and pot tits on guys, and you have defined the crowd of Planet Caravan Festival in an accurate, yet wonderful …
Yob Make Sure It’s Family First, Doom Second
Last year, when doom veterans Yob announced they would reform, heading into the studio and returning to the stage, the legions of fans old and new squealed, hoping the band would end up on tour. But this is highly doubtful, since Yob was never a band to live on the road the majority of the time in t…

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